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What Hardware would be required to convert Videos to VCS's

Posted on 2000-04-16
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What Hardware would be required to convert Videos cassetts  to VCD's
Is seperated hardware required?
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I did this using the composite video-in feature of my Asus TNT2 - Ultra.

Run an S - cable from your VCR to your PC, Save the file as an MPEG. If it's a movie, split it up to files of 650 meg (approx 1 hour) each.

In your CD-R program, you have to choose "Video CD"

What I used:

1 X TNT2 Ultra (ASUS)
1 X VCR with Video Out
1 X S-Video Cable
1 X Mpeg Capture Program (microsoft media encoder is sweet)
1 X CD-Writer with Software (Adaptec Easy CD Creator)
1 X Fast Celeron

Good Luck :)
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by:rodney_alm
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Thanks a Lot !
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by:rperies
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No problem :)
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